Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Monochromatic green card "en attendant"

Bonjour everybody! 

Here is my second entry, called "waiting for". It makes a few days I am thinking about this green  palette TCR #169 for Challenge of The Color Room vs Heart & Soul.
This month household item was a piece of fabric.


Yesterday called me one good friend, ... still searching for her charming prince....it inspired me... so here is one simple card for her. She loves hand crafted gift, hope she will enjoy it and a big overdose of green as well, LOL.  

Stamps are coming straight from Japan and I am always impressed by their high quality.

Flowers are coming from Prima Marketing. Piece of a white fabric, bandage from first aid box, under this flowers became green after misting them by Mist Spray, color lettuce, from Adirondack.
For surface of this crown I used crackle accent and a few layers of green glitter.

June Color Palette

Here is a detail of double heart. Ones I applied die cut from green light paper, I repeated with the small one after. Second layer is from green dark fabric. I stamped it with white ink for fabrics and I ironed it after to became permanent.

Thanks for stoping by and hope to see you soon.


Thursday, June 19, 2014

Monochromatic olive green card TCR#169

I created this card based on stunning green palette TCR#169 of this month for Heart & Soul. Used colors should be monochrome in green shadows and household item for this time was to use a fabric. I used transparent olive green fabric organza as background behind the picture of Botanical gardens by PinkPaislee and leaves are coming from Madeline Collection by Prima Marketing. 

To create butterfly's antennae I used green beads I thread through metal file. After stumping butterfly I used embossing technic with Zing! embossing powder with opaque finish. 

Another piece of dark green cotton fabric I clued to the label on right side. 

Voila, here is stunning monochromatic palette TCR#169:

Impatiently waiting for next palette by crafting paper creations for mermaid picnic. 

Hugs, Monika

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